In the last times I'm tinkering with Fedora on the Raspberry Pi, and I'm
blogging about my adventures.
While these things could not be suitable for the magazine, due to the fact
that there is too much to hack to accomplish some tasks, today, thanks to
pbrobinson input, I was able to turn on an LED from inside a container: a
Raspberry Pi 3 running Fedora IoT 28 with a container powered by podman (
Since the tasks are pretty simple and they work out of the box, and due to
the novelty of the topic, I think that it could be interesting to publish
the howto on the Magazine instead of on a blog post.
There are two problems: I'm not a Fedora IoT expert, and neither a podman
expert, I'm more like a newbie user. Maybe I'm able to write two sentences
about them, just to have an idea of what we are talking about, but nothing
more. The article would be mainly focused on the tasks to follow to install
Fedora IoT on the RPi, run a container that can access the GPIO with podman
and from inside it use the CLI in order to turn on an LED.
What do you think?